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Edited by 22
nd
ITTC QS Group 1999 Approved
15
th
ITTC 1978 pp388 402
17
th
ITTC 1984 pp326 - 333
18
th
ITTC 1987 pp266 - 273
15
th
ITTC 1978, 17
th
ITTC 1984
and 18
th
ITTC 1987
Date Date

CONTENTS

1. PURPOSE OF PROCEDURE
2. DESCRIPTION OF PROCEDURE
2.1.1 Introduction for the Original 1978 ITTC Performance Prediction Method
for Single Screw Ships
2.1.2 Introduction for the 1978 ITTC Performance Prediction Method as Modified
in 1984 and 1987
2.2 Model Tests
2.3 Analysis of the Model Test Results
2.4 Full Scale Predictions
2.4.1 Total Resistance of Ship
2.4.2 Scale Effect Corrections for Propeller Characteristics.
2.4.3 Full Scale Wake and Operating Condition of Propeller
2.4.4 Model-Ship Correlation Factors
2.5 Analysis of Speed Trial Results
2.6 Input Data
2.7 Output Data
2.8 Test Example
3. PARAMETERS
3.1 Parameters to be Taken into Account
3.2 Recommendations of ITTC for Parameters
3.3 Input Data
4. VALIDATION
4.1 Uncertainty Analysis
4.2 Comparison With Full Scale Results
5. ITTC- 1978 PERFORMANCE PREDICTION METHOD (COMPUTER CODE)




COMMENTS OF PROPULSION COMMITTE OF 22
nd
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In its original form the ITTC 1978 Performance Prediction Method offers a valuable and rea-
sonably accurate prediction tool for reference purposes and conventional ships.
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1978 ITTC Performance Prediction Method

1. PURPOSE OF PROCEDURE

The method predicts rate of revolution and
delivered power of a ship from model results.


2. DESCRIPTION OF PROCEDURE

2.1.1 Introduction for the Original 1978
ITTC Performance Prediction Method
for Single Screw Ships

The method predicts rate of revolution and
delivered power of a ship from model results.
The procedure used can be described as fol-
lows:

The viscous and the residuary resistance of the
ship are calculated from the model resistance
tests assuming the form factor to be independ-
ent of scale and speed.

The ITTC standard predictions of rate of revo-
lutions and delivered power are obtained from-
the full scale propeller characteristics. These
characteristics have been determined by cor-
recting the model values for drag scale effects
according to a simple formula. Individual
corrections then give the final predictions.


2.1.2 Introduction for the 1978 ITTC Per-
formance Prediction Method as
Modified in 1984 and 1987

The 1978 ITTC Method developed to pre-
dict the rate of propeller revolutions and deliv-
ered power of a single screw ship from the
model test results has been extended during the
last two terms of the ITTC for a better and
more convenient use of the program. These
extensions are summarized as follows.

(1) Inclusion of prediction of propeller revo-
lutions on the basis of power identity.

(2) Temporary measure for w
TS
> w
TM


(3) Extension to twin screw ships

(4) Addition of speed trial data

(5) Extension for the case of a stock propel-
ler in the self-propulsion test

(6) Adaptation to the input of the non-
dimensional resistance coefficient and
self-propulsion factors.

In recent years, many member organizations
have been asked by their customers for a gen-
eral description of the method, viz., model test
and analysis of their results, calculation of full-
scale power and rate of propeller revolutions,
and the model-ship correlation factors used.
Considering the above, it was decided to pre-
pare a user's manual of the 1978 ITTC method
which includes all of the extensions and modi-
fications made.


2.2 Model Tests

Model tests required for a full scale com-
prise the resistance test, the self-propulsion test
and the propeller open-water test.
In the resistance test the model is towed at
speeds giving the same Froude numbers as for
the full scale ship, and the total resistance of
the model R
TM
is measured. The computer pro-
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gram accepts either R
TM
in Newton, or in a non-
dimensional form of residuary resistance coef-
ficient C
R
assuming the form factor 1 + k. In
the latter case, the friction formula used can
then be either of the ITTC 1957, Hughes,
Prandtl-Schlichting or Schnherr's formulae.

The form factor 1 + k is usually determined
from the resistance tests at low speed range or
by Prohaskas plot of C
FM
against Fn
4


The ship model is not in general fitted with
bilge keels. In this case the total wetted surface
area of them is recorded and their frictional
resistance is added in calculating the full-scale
resistance of the ship.

In the self-propulsion test the model is
towed at speeds giving the same Froude num-
bers as for the full-scale ship. Generally a tow-
ing force F
D
is applied to compensate for the
difference between the model and the full-scale
resistance coefficient.

During the test, propeller thrust (T
M
), torque
(O
M
) and rate of propeller rotation (n
M
) are
measured.

In many cases, stock propellers are used
which are selected in view of the similarity in
diameter pitch and blade area to the full-scale
propeller. Then the diameter and the open-
water characteristics of the stock propeller
have to be given as input data in the program.
In the open-water test, thrust, torque and rate of
revolutions are measured, keeping the rate of
revolutions constant whilst the speed of ad-
vance is varied so that a loading range of the
propeller is examined.

In the case when a stock propeller is used in
the self-propulsion test, both the stock propel-
ler and the model similar to the full-scale pro-
peller should be tested in open water.


2.3 Analysis of the Model Test Results

Resistance R
TM
measured in the resistance
tests is expressed in the non-dimensional form


2
2
1
SV
R
C
TM
TM

=
This is reduced to residual resistance coef-
ficient C
R
by use of form factor k,
viz.,
C
R
= C
TM
- C
FM
(1 + k)

Thrust, T, and torque Q, measured in the
self-propulsion tests are expressed in the non-
dimensional forms

2 4
n D
T
K
TM

= and
2 5
n D
Q
K
QM

=

With K
TM
as input data, J
TM
and K
QTM
are read
off from the model propeller characteristics,
and the wake fraction


V
D J
w
M TM
TM
=1
and the relative rotative efficiency

QM
QTM
R
K
K
=
are calculated. V is model speed.
The thrust deduction is obtained from


T
R F T
t
C D
+
=
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with

( ) | |
F FS FM M M M D
C C C V S F + =
2
2
1


where R
C
is the resistance corrected for differ-
ences in temperature between resistance and
self-propulsion tests:


( )
( )
TM
R FM
R FMC
C
R
C C k
C C k
R
+ +
+ +
=
. 1
. 1


where C
FMC
is the frictional resistance coeffi-
cient at the temperature of the self-propulsion
test.


2.4 Full Scale Predictions

2.4.1 Total Resistance of Ship

The total resistance coefficient of a ship
without bilge keels is

C
TS
=(1+k)C
FS
+C
R
+ C
F
+C
AA


Where

- k is the form factor determined from the
resistance test

- C
FS
is the frictional coefficient of the ship
according to the ITTC-1957 ship-model
correlation line

- C
R
is the residual resistance calculated from
the total and frictional coefficients of the
model in the resistance tests:
( )
FM TM R
C k C C + = 1

-.
F
C is the roughness allowance
3
3
1
10 64 . 0 105

(
(
(

|
|
.
|

\
|
=
WL
S
F
L
k
C

where the roughness k
S
=150.10
-6
m and

- C
AA
, is the air resistance
S
A
C
T
AA
. 001 . 0 =

If the ship is fitted with bilge keels the total
resistance is as follows:

( ) | |
AA R F FS
BK
TS
C C C C k
S
S S
C + + + +
+
= 1


2.4.2 Scale Effect Corrections for Propeller
Characteristics.

The characteristics of the full scale propel-
ler are calculated from the model characteris-
tics as follows

T TM TS
K K K =

Q QM QS
K K K =
where


D
Z c
D
P
C K
D T
.
. 3 . 0 . =


D
Z c
C K
D Q
.
. 25 . 0 . =

The difference in drag coefficient
D
C is


DS DM D
C C C =

where
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( ) ( )
(
(

|
.
|

\
|
+ =
3
2
6
1
5 04 . 0
2 1 2
nco nco
DM
R R
c
t
C
and
5 . 2
log . 62 . 1 89 . 1 2 1 2

|
|
.
|

\
|
+
|
.
|

\
|
+ =
p
DS
k
c
c
t
C

In the formulae listed above c is the chord
length, t is the maximum thickness, P/D is the
pitch ratio and R
nco
is the local Reynolds num-
ber at x=0.75. The blade roughness k
p
is put
k
p
=30.10
-6
m. R
nco
must not be lower than 2.10
5

at the open-water test.


2.4.3 Full Scale Wake and Operating Con-
dition of Propeller

The full scale wake is calculated from the
model wake, w
TM
, and the thrust deduction, t:

( ) ( )
( )
( )
FM
F FS
TM TS
C k
C C k
t w t w
+
+ +
+ + =
1
1
04 . 0 04 . 0

where 0.04 is to take account of rudder effect.
The load of the full scale propeller is obtained
from


( )( )
2 2 2
1 1
.
2
TS
TS T
w t
C
D
S
J
K

=

With this
2
/ J K
T
as input value the full
scale advance coefficient J
TS
and the torque
coefficient K
QTS
are read off from the full scale
propeller characteristics and the following
quantities are calculated
- the rate of revolutions:

( )
D J
V w
n
TS
S TS
S

=
1
(r/s)

- the delivered power:

3 3 5
10 2

=
R
QTS
S DS
K
n D P

(kW)

- the thrust of the propeller:

2 4 2
2
. . .
S TS
T
S
n D J
J
K
T = (N)

- the torque of the propeller:

2 5
S
R
QTS
S
n D
K
Q

= : (Nm)

- the effective power:

3 3
10 . . . 2 / 1

= S V C P
S TS E
(kW)

- the total efficiency:

E
DS
D
P
P
=

- the hull efficiency:

TS
H
w
t

=
1
1



2.4.4 Model-Ship Correlation Factors

Trial prediction of rate of revolutions and de-
livered power with C
P
- C
N
corrections

if CHOICE=0 the final trial predictions will be
calculated from

n
T
= C
N
.n
S
(r/s)

for the rate of revolutions and
P
DT
= C
P
.P
DS
(kW)
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for the delivered power.

Trial prediction with C
FC
- w
C
corrections

If CHOICE=1 the final trial predictions are
calculated as follows:


( )( )
2 2 2
1 1
.
2
C TS
FC TS T
w w t
C C
D
S
J
K
+
+
=

With this K
T
/J as input value, J
TS
and K
QTS

are read off from the full scale propeller char-
acteristics and

( )
D J
V w w
n
TS
S C TS
T
.
1 +
= (r/s)


3 3 5
10 . . . . . 2

=
RM
QTS
T DT
K
n D P

(kW)


Trial prediction with C
NP
correction

If CHOICE = 2 the shaft rate of rotation is pre-
dicted on the basis of power identity as fol-
lows.

( ) 1 . . 2
. . 1000

3
TS S
DS P
T
Q
w V D
P C
J
K

=
|
|
.
|

\
|




RM
T
Q Q
J
K
J
K
.

0
|
|
.
|

\
|
=

( ) D J w V n
TS TS S S
. / 1 =


S NP T
n C n =


2.5 Analysis of Speed Trial Results

The analysis of trials data is performed in a
way consistent with performance prediction but
starting P
D
and n backwards, i.e. from

10 . .
. . . 2
3 5
RM
D
Q
n D
P
K

=

J
S
is obtained from the full-scale open-water
characteristics K
Q
J
S
then

V D n J w
S T
/ . . 1 =

Further from K
T
J
S
characteristics


4
. . D n K T
T
=


( )
S V
t T
C
T
. . .
2
1
1 .


=

Then we obtain

TS T FC
C C C =

T TS C
w w w =


2.6 Input Data

Input data sheets are given in ENCL.1


2.7 Output Data

- Output data I gives ITTC Standard Pre-
diction with C
P
= C
N
= 1.0, together with
model and full scale propulsive coeffi-
cients (ENCL. 4).
- Output data II gives the final ship predic-
tion (ENCL. 5).

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- Output data III gives the analysis of the
speed trial results (ENCL. 6).


2.8 Test Example

To illustrate the program a prediction was
made for a hypothetical ship with the following
particulars:
length between
perpendiculars Lpp = 251.5m
breadth B = 41.5m
draft T = 16.5m
propeller diameter D = 8.2m

Calculations were carried out with the
ITTC Trial Prediction Test Program with:

C
P
= 1.01
C
N
= 1.02

The input data were taken as shown in
ENCL. 1 and the printout of the input data and
results are given in ENCL. 4 - 6.

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3. PARAMETERS

3.1 Parameters to be Taken into Account

Froude scaling law
ship-model correlation line ,friction line
kinematic viscosity
mass density
blockage
form factor
propeller loading
hull roughness

see also 3.3 Input Data


3.2 Recommendations of ITTC for Pa-
rameters
see 4.9-03-03-01.1 Propulsion Test
1987 p.263 In using the 1978 ITTC Method
it is recommended that the rudder(s) be fitted
in hull resistance experiments for barge type
forms where inflow velocity is relatively
large.


3.3 Input Data

All data are either non-dimensional or
given in SI-units.

Every data card defines several parameters
which are required by the program; each of
these parameters must be input according to a
specific format.

"I" format means that the value is to be input
without a decimal point and packed to the
right of the specified field.

"F" format requires the data to be input with a
decimal point; the number can appear
anywhere in the field indicated.
"A" format indicates that alphanumeric char-
acters must be entered in the appropriate
card columns.

The card order of the data deck must fol-
low the order in which they are described
below.


Card No. 1 Identifications

Card
column
Form
at
CC
Symbol
Definition
1- 8 A - Project No.
9-16 A - Ship model No
17-24 A -
Propeller model No.
25-32 F SCALE Scale ratio

Card No. 2 Ship particulars

Card
column
For-
mat
CC
Symbol
Definition
9-16 F LWL Length of waterline
17-24 F TF Draft, forward
25-32 F TA Draft, aft
33-40 F B Breadth
41-48 F S Wetted surface, with-
out bilge keels
49-56 F DISW Displacement
157-64 F SBK Wetted surface of
bilge keels
65-72 F AT Transverse projected
area of ship above
waterline
72-80 F C3 Form factor deter-
mined at resistance
tests

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Card No. 3 Particulars of full scale
Card
column
For-
mat
CC
Symbol
Definition
8- 8 I NOPROP Number of propellers
should be 1 since method
is valid only for single
screw ships
15-16 I NPB Number of propeller
blades
17-24 F DP Diameter of propeller
25-32 F PD075 Pitch ratio at x=0.75
33-40 F CH075 Chord length of Propeller
blade at x=0.75
41-48 F TMO75 Maximum blade thick-
ness of propeller at
x=0.75
49-56 F RNCHM Reynolds number at
open-water test based on
chord length and local
velocity
2
75 . 0 .
1 |
.
|

\
|
+ =
J
V V
A


at x-0.75.
Card No. 4 General
Card
column
For-
mat

CC Sym-
bol
Definition
2.- 4 I NOJ Number of J-values in the
open-water characteristics
(J NOJ 10)
7- 8 I NOSP Number of speeds in the
self- propulsion tests
(NOSP
max
=10)
9-16 F RHOM Density of tank water
17-24 F RHOS Density of sea water
25-30 F TEMM Temperature of resistance
test
31-36 F TEMP Temperature at self-
propulsion test -
36-41 F TEMS Temperature of sea water
48-48 I CHOICE
CHOICE=0
N P
C C
trial corr.
CHOICE==1:
C FC
w C trial corr.
49-56 F CP Trial correction for shaft
power.
57-64 F CN Trial correction for rpm
65-72 F DELT
CFC
Trial correction for
F
C
72-80 F DELTWC
Trial correction for w
Mean values of the trial correction figures,
C
p
and C
N
can be obtained from the trial test
material of the individual institutions by run-
ning the ITTC Trial Prediction Test Program.
If an institution wishes to give predictions
with a certain margin the input C
P
-C
N
-values
must be somewhat higher than these mean
values.

Cards Nos. 5-14 Result of resistance and self-
propulsion tests and model propeller charac-
teristics.

Card
column
Format CC
Symbol
Definition
1- 8 F VS Ship speed in knots
9-16 F RTM Resistance of ship
model
17-24 F THM Thrust of propeller
25-32 F QM Torque of propel-
ler:Q
M
:100
33-40 F NM Rate of revolution
41-48 F FD Skin friction correc-
tion force
49-56 F ADVC Advance coefficient,.
open water
57-64 F KT Thrust coefficient,
open water
65-72 F KQ Torque coefficient,
open water

The J-margin in the open-water character-
istics must be large enough to cover the
model and full scale J-values with some mar-
gin.
Input data sheets are given in ENCL. 1.

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4. VALIDATION

4.1 Uncertainty Analysis
not yet available


4.2 Comparison With Full Scale Results

The data that led to t ITTC-78 method can
be found in the following ITTC proceedings:

1) Proposed Performance Prediction Factors
for Single Screw Ocean Going Ships
(13
th
1972 pp.155-180) Empirical Power
Prediction Factor ( 1+X )

2) Propeller Dynamics Comparative Tests
(13
th
1972 pp.445-446 )

3) Comparative Calculations with the ITTC
Trial Prediction Test Programme
(14
th
1975 Vol.3 pp.548-553)

4) Factors Affecting Model Ship Correlation
(17
th
1984 Vol. 1, pp274-291)



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5. ITTC- 1978 PERFORMANCE PREDICTION METHOD (COMPUTER CODE)

C
C ****************************************************************************************************
C * *
C * 1978 ITTC PERFORMANCE PREDICTION METHOD FOR SINGLE SCREW *
C * SHIPS *
C * (REVISED 1983 TO INCLUDE TRIAL ANALYSIS AND TWIN SCREW SHIPS* *
C * *
C ****************************************************************************************************
C
C DECLARATIONS
C
COMMON /A/ FILE(2),MODELS(2), MODELP(2), LPP,LWL,TF,TA,B,S,
* SCALE,RNCHM,DISW,NOPROP,NPB,DP,PD075,CH075.
* TM075,C3,SBK,AT,CP,CN,DELCF,DELWC,KSI,KPI,
* RHOM,RHOS,TEMM,TEMP,TEMS,VS(10),RTM(10),THM(10),
* QM(10),NM(10),ADVC(10),KT(10),KQ(10),THD(10),
* FD(10),IC,NOJ,NOSP,PI
C
COMMON /B/ ETARM(10),ETAO(10),ETAH(10),ETAD(10),AWTM(10),
* AWTS(10),ACFM(10),ACTM(10),AVS(10),AVM(10),
* ATS(10),AQS(10),APDS(10),APE(10),APDT(10),
* ANS(10),ANT(10),BPDT(10),BNT(10),KTSJ2(10),
* KQS(10),KTS(10),ACTS(10)
DIMENSION FILE1(2),MODLS1(2),MODLP1(2)
C
REAL LPP, LWL, KS1, KS, KP1, KP, NM1, NM, KT, KQ, KTM, KQ0, JTM,
* KTSJ2, JTS, NS, KQTS, KTS, KQS, KQM
DATA TRIAL /TRIA/
500 FORMAT(6A4,F8.0)
501 FORMAT(10F8.0)
502 FORMAT(2I4,9F8.0)
503 FORMAT(2I4,2F8.0,3F6.0,I6,4F8.0)
504 FORMAT(9F8.0)
600 FORMAT(/5X,NUMBER OF ADV,KT AND KQ POINTS =,15/
* 5X,NUMBER OF SPEEDS =,15/
* 5X,NUMBER OF SPEEDS OR ADVC POINTS >10/)


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C
C CONSTANTS
C
G=9.81
PI=3.14159
KP1=30.0
KS1=150.0
KS=1.5E-4
KP=0.3E-4
C
C READ INPUT DATA
C
1000 CONTINUE
READ(5,500,END=999) FILE,MODELS,MODELP,SCALE
READ(5,501) LPP,LWL,TF,TA,B,S,DISW,SBK,AT,C3
READ(5,502) NOPROP,NPB,DP,PD075,CH075,TM075,RNCHM
READ(5,503) NOJ,NOSP,RHOM,RHOS,TEMM,TEMP,TEMS
* IC,CP,CN,DELCF,DELWC
NMAX=MAX0(NOJ,NOSP)

IF(FILE(1).EQ.TRIAL) GOTO 100

READ(5,504)(VS(I),RTM(I),THM(I),QM(I),NM(I),FD(I),
* ADVC(I),KT(I),KQ(I);I=1,NMAX)


C
C WRITE INPUT DATA
C
CALL OUTPUT(1)
C
C CHECK
C
IF(NOJ.LE.10.AND.NOSP.LE.10) GOTO 2
WRITE(6,600) NOJ.NOSP
GOTO 1000
2 CONTINUE
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C
C RECALCULATION OF INPUT DATA
C
DO 3 I=1,NOJ
KT(I)=KT(I)*0.1
KQ(I)=KQ(I)*0.01
....3 CONTINUE
DELCF=DELCF*0.001
RNCHM=RNCHM*100000.
VISCP=((0.585E-3*(TEMP-12.0)-0.03361)*(TEMP-12.0)+
* 1.2350)*1.0E-6
VISCM=((0.585E-3*(TEMM-12.0)-0.0361)*(TEMM-12.0)+
* 1.2350)*1.0E-6
VISCS=((0.659E-3*(TEMS-1.0)-0.05076)*(TEMS-1.0)+
* 1.7688)*1.0E-6
C
C CORRECTION OF PROPELLER CHARACTERISTICS
C
CDM=2.0*(1.0+2.0*TM075/CH075)*(0.044/RNCHM**0.16667-
* 5.0/RNCHM**0.66667)
CDS=2.0*(1.0+2.0*TM075/CH075)/(1.89+1.62*ALOG10(CH075
* /KP))**2.5
DCD=CDM-CDS
DKT=-0.3*DCD*PD075*CH075*NPB/DP
DKQ=0.25*DCD*CH075*NPB/DP
DO 4 I=1,NOJ
KTS(I)=KT(I)-DKT
KQS(I)=KQ(I)-DKQ
KTSJ2(I)=KTS(I)/ADVC(I)**2
4 CONTINUE
DO 5 I=1,NOSP
VS1=VS(I)*0.15444
VM1=VS1/SQRT(SCALE)
NM1=NM(I)
C
C
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C CALCULATE ROUGHNESS ALLOWANCE AND SHIP TOTAL RESISTANCE
C
RNLP=LWL*VM1/(VISCP*SCALE)
RNLM=LWL*VM1/(VISCM*SCALE)
RNLS=LWL*VS1/VISCS
CFMC=0.075/(ALOG10(RNLP)-2)**2
CFM=0.075/(ALOG10(RNLM)-2)**2
CFS=0.075/(ALOG10(RNLS)-2)**2
CTM=RTM(I)*SCALE**3/(0.5*RHOM*VS1**2*S)
CR=CTM-(1.0+C3)*CFM
RTMC=RTM(I)*(1.0+C3)*CFMC+CR)/((1.0+C3)*CFM+CR)
THD(I)=(THM(I)+FD(I)-RTMC)/THM(I)
DELCF=(105.0*(KS/LWL)**0.33333-0.64)*0.001
CAA=0.001*AT/S
CTS=((1.0+C3)*CFS*DELCF)*(S+SBK)/S+CR+CAA
C
C MODEL PROPULSIVE COEFFICIENTS
C
FNOP=NPROP
KTM=(THM(I)/FNOP)/(RHOM*(DP/SCALE)**4*NM1*NM1)
KQM=(QM(I)*0.01/FNOP)/(RHOM*(DP/SCALE)**5*NM1*NM1)
JTM=APOL(0,KT,ADVC,NOJ,KTM,IX)
KQ0=APOL(0,ADVC,KQ,NOJ,JTM,IX)
WTM=1.0-JTM*DP*NM1/(VM1*SCALE)
C
C FULL SCALE WAKE
C
IF(JRUDER) 6,5,6
5 WTS=(THD(I)+0.04)+(WTM-THD(I)-0.04)*((1.0+C3)*CFS+DELCF)/
* ((1.0+C3)*CFM)
GOTO 7
6 WTS=(THD(I) )+(WTM-THD(I) )*((1.0+C3)*CFS+DELCF)/
* ((1.0+C3)*CFM)
GOTO 7
7 IF(WTS.GT.WTM) WTS=WTM
ETARM(I)=KQ0/KQM
C
C SAVE AREAS
C
ACTM(I)=CTM
ACFM(I)=CFM
AWTM(I)=WTM
AWTS(I)=WTS
ACTS(I)=CTS
AVS(I)=VS1
AVM(I)=VM1
8 CONTINUE
C
C ITTC STANDARD PREDICTION
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C
CALL IP
C
C RETURN FOR NEW INPUT
C
DO 20 I=1,2
FILE1(I)=FILE(I)
MODLS1(I)=MODELS(I)

20 MODELP1(I)=MODELP(I)
SCALE1=SCALE
GOTO 1000
C
100 CONTINUE
DO 110 I=1,2
FILE(I)=FILE1(I)
MODELS(I)=MODLS1(I)
110 MODELP(I)=MODLP1(I)
SCALE=SCALE1
C
CALL ANLSYS
C
C RETURN FOR NEW INPUT
C
C
GOTO 1000
999 STOP
END
C
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C
C
*****************************************************************************************************
***
C
C OUTPUT IS USED FOR PRINTING INPUT DATA AND RESULTS
C
C IOUT= 1 INPUT DATA IS PRINTED
C 2 RESULT PAGE 1
C 3 RESULT PAGE 2
C
C
*****************************************************************************************************
***
C
SUBROUTINE OUTPUT(IOUT)



COMMON /A/ FILE(2),MODELS(2),MODELP(2),LPP,LWL,TF,TA,B,S
* SCALE,RNCHM,DISW,NOPROP,NPB,DP,PD075,CH075,
* TM075,C3,SBK,AT,CP,CN,DELCFC,DELWC,KSI,KPI,
* RHOM,RHOS,TEMM,TEMP,TEMS,VS(10),RTM(10);THM(10),
* QM(10),NM(10),ADVC(10),KT(10),KQ(10),THD(10),
* FD(10),IC,NOJ,NOSP,PI
C
COMMON /B/ ETARM(10),ETA0(10),ETAH(10),ETAD(10),AWTM(10),
* AWTS(10),ACFM(10),ACTM(10),AVS(10),AVM(10),
* ATS(10),AQS(10),APDS(10),APE(10),APDT(10),
* ANS(10),ANT(10),BPDT(10),BNT(10),KTSJ2(10),
* KQS(10),KTS(10),ACTS(10)
C
REAL LPP,LWL,KS1,KS,KP1,KP,NM1,NM,KT,KQ,KTM,KQ0,JTM,
KTSJ2,JTS,NS,KQTS,KTS,KQS
DIMENSION TEXT (16)
DATA TEXT /INPU,T DA,TA , ,
* OUTP,UT D,ATA ,1 ,
* OUTP,UT D,ATA..,2 ;
* `TRIA`,`L AN`,LYS`,S `/
600 FORMAT(1,19X,1978 ITTC PERFORMANCE PREDICTION,10X,
* ENCL:/
C?? * 20X,METHOD ,8X,
* REPORT:/20X,4A4/)
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601 FORMAT(5X,IDENTIFICATION :,18X,SHIP://
* 5X,PROJECT :,2A4,
* 10X,LENGTH PP :,F8.2, (M)/
* 5X,SHIP MODEL :,2A4,
* 10X,LENGTH WL :,F8.2, (M)/
* 5X,PROPELLER MODEL :,2A4,
* 10X,DRAFT FWD :,F8.2, (M)/
* 5X,SCALE FACTOR :,F8.2,
* 10X,DRAFT AFT :,F8.2, (M)/
* 43X,BREADTH :,F8.2, (M)/
* 5X,PROPELLER:,
* 28X,WETTED SURFACE :,F8.0, (M**2)/
* 43X,DISPLACEMENT :,F8.0, (M**3))
602 FORMAT(5X,NUMBER OF PROPELLERS:,I8/
* 5X,NUMBER OF BLADES :,I8,
* 6X,FRICTION COEFFICIENT CF/
* 5X,DIAMETER :,F8.3, (M),
* 2X,CALCULATED ACCORDING TO ITTC-57/
* 5X,PITCH RATIO 0.75R :,F8.4,
* 6X,FORM FACTOR :,F6.3, (BASED ON ITTC-57)/)
603 FORMAT(5X,HULL ROUGHN.*10**6 :,F6.1, (M),
* 2x,BILGE KEEL AREA :,F6.1, (M**2),
* 5X,PROPELLER BLADE ROUGHN.*10**6:,F6.1, (M),
* 2X,PROJ.AREA ABOVE WL. :,F6.1, (M**2)/)
604 FORMAT(5X,CHORD LENGTH OF PROP.BLADE AT X=0.75:,
* F7.4, (M)/
* 5X,THICKNESS OF PROP.BLADE AT X=0.75:,
* F7.4 (M)/)
605 FORMAT(5X,DENSITY OF WATER (TANK ) :F7.1,
* (KG/M**3)/
* DENSITY OF WATER (SEA ) :F7.1,
* (KG/M**3)/
* 5X,TEMP. OF WATER (RESISTANCE TEST) :F7.2,
* (CENTIGRADES)/
* 5X,TEMP. OF WATER (SELF PROP. TEST) :F7.2,
* (CENTIGRADES)/
* 5X,TEMP. OF WATER (SEA ) :F7.2,
* (CENTIGRADES)//
* 5X,MODEL TEST RESULTS:,
* 30X,OPEN WATER CHARACT.;/
* 54X,RNC :F5.2,*10**5/)
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606 FORMAT(5X,SHIP RESIS- FRICT. THRUST TORQUE RATE OF ,
* 2X,ADVANCE THRUST TORQUE/
* 20X,REVS. RATIO COEFF. COEFF./
* 5X,KNOTS N N N NM RPS ,
* 7X,J 10*KT 100*KQ/)
607 FORMAT(1X)
608 FORMAT(+,3X,F5.1,1X,F7.1,1X,F7.2,2X,2F7.1,F9.2)
609 FORMAT(+,49X,F10.3,F7.3,F8.3)
610 FORMAT(5X,SHIP MODEL://
* 8X,SPEED RES. COEFF. FRICT. COEFF. THRUST DED.,
* 2X,MEAN REL.ROT./
* 6X,VS VM TOTAL,32X, WAKE EFFIC./
* 5X,KNOTS M/S CTM*1000 CFM*1000,8X,TM,
* 7X,WTM ETARM/)
611 FORMAT(4X,F5.1,F7.3,F8.3,6X,F7.3,7X,F7.3,3X,F7.3,F8.3)
612 FORMAT(/5x,ITTC STANDARD PREDICTION CP=CN=1.0 ://
* 5X,SPEED EFF. POWER DELIV. POWER RSATE OF REVS,
* 2X, THRUST TORQUE/
* 6X,VS,7X,PE,10X,PD,12X,N,10X,T,8X,Q/
* 5X,KNOTS,5X,KW,10X,KW,11X,RPS,9X,KN,
* 6X,KNM/)
613 FORMAT(4X,F5.1,F10.0,3X,F9.0,4X,F9.3,3X,F9.0,F8.0)
614 (FORMAT(/5X,SPEED TOT. EFF. PROP.EFF. HULL EFF. SHIP WAKE,
* 3X,OPEN WATER CHAR. FULL SCALE:/
* 5X,KNOTS ETAD ETA0 ETAH,/X,WTS,
* 9X,J 10*KT 100*KQ/)
615 FORMAT(+,3X,F5.1,F8.3,3(3X,F7.3))
616 FORMAT(+,50X,3F7.3)
617 FORMAT(/5X,SHIP DELIVERED POWER RATE OF REVS./
* 5X, SPEED --------------------------- ---------------------/
* 5X,KNOTS KW HP RPS RPM/)
618 FORMAT(4X,F5.1,2X,2F8.0,3X,F7.3,F8.2)
619 FORMAT(/5X,SHIP TRIALS PREDICTION CP=,F7.3, CN=,F7.3)
620 FORMAT(/5X,SHIP TRIALS PREDICTION DELCFC*1000=,
* F6.3, DELCW=,F6.3)
ITEX=ICUT*4-4
WRITE(6,600) (TEXT(ITEX+1),I=1,4)
WRITE(6,601) FILE,LPP,MODELS,LWL,MODELP,TF,SCALE,TA,B,S,DISW
WRITE(6,602) NOPROP,NPB,DP,PD075,C3
C
GOTO(10,20,30,40) , IOUT
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C
C INPUT DATA IS LISTED
C
10 CONTINUE
WRITE(6,603) KS1,SBK,KP1,AT
WRITE(6,604) CH075,TM075
WRITE(6,605) RHOM,RHOS,TEMM,TEMP,TEMS,RNCHM
WRITE(6,606)
NMAX=MAX0(NOJ,NOSP)
DO 1 I=1,NMAX
WRITE(6,607)
IF(I. LE. NOSP) WRITE(6,608) VS(I);RTM(I);FD(I),THM(I),
QM(I),NM(I)
IF(I. LE.NOJ) WRITE(6,609) ADVC(I),KT(I),KQ(I)
1 CONTINUE
RETURN

C
C RESULTS PAGE 1
C
20 CONTINUE
WRITE(6,610)
DO 21 I=1,NOSP
CFM=ACFM(I)*1000.0
CTM=ACTM(I)*1000.0
WRITE(6,611) VS(I),AVM(I),CTM,CFM,THD(I),AWTM(I),ETARM(I)
21 CONTINUE
WRITE(6,612)
DO 22 i=1,NOSP
WRITE(6,613) VS(I),APE(I),APDS(I),ANS(I),ATS(I),AQS(I)
22 CONTINUE
WRITE(6,614)
DO 23 i=1,NMAX
WRITE(6,607)
IF(I.LE.NOSP) WRITE(6,615) VS(I),ETAD(I),ETA0(I),ETAH(I);
AWTS(I)
XKTS=KTS(I)*10.0
XKQS=KQS(I)*100.0
IF(I.LE.NOSP) WRITE(6,616) ADVC(I),XKTS,XKQS
23 CONTINUE
RETURN
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C
C RESULTS PAGE 3
C
30 CONTINUE
DCFC=DELCFC*1000.0
IF(IC.EQ.1) WRITE(6,620) DCFC,DELWC
IF(IC.NE.1) WRITE (6,619) CP,CN
WRITE(6,617)
DO 31 I=1,NOSP
WRITE(6,618) VS(I),APDT(I),BPDT(I),ANT(I),BNT(I)
31 CONTINUE
....40 RETURN
END

C
C
*****************************************************************************************************
***
C
C IRAT= 0 INTERPOLATION WITH A 2:ND DEGREE POLYNOMIAL
C = 1 INTERPOLATION WITH A RATIONAL FUNCTION OF 2:ND DEGREE
C X = ARGUMENT ARRAY
C Y = VALUE ARRAY
C N = NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS
C EX = ARGUMENT
C IFEL = ERROR RETURN CODE
C
C
*****************************************************************************************************
***
C
REAL FUNCTION APOL(IRAT,X,Y,N,EX,IFEL)
DIMENSION X(1),Y(1)
C
C CHECK NUMBER OF POINTS > 2
C
IFEL=0
IF(X(1).GT.X(N)) GOTO 2
IF(X(1).GT.EX.OR.X(N).LT.EX) GOTO 7
DO 1 I=1,N
L=1
IF(EX-X(I)) 4,4,1
1 CONTINUE
GOTO 4
2 CONTINUE
IF(X(1).LT.EX.OR.X(N).GT.EX) GOTO 7
DO 3 I=1,N
L=I
IF(EX-X(I)) 3,4,4
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3 CONTINUE
4 CONTINUE
M=2
IF(L.EQ.1) M=1
IF(L.EQ.3) M=3
LM=L-M
X1=X(LM+1)
X2=X(LM+2)
X3=X(LM+3)
Y1=Y(LM+1)
Y2=Y(LM+2)
Y3=Y(LM+3)
C
C INTERPOL. 2:ND DEGREE POLYNOMIAL
C
X21=X2-X1
X31=X3-X1
X32=X3-X2
IF(IRAT.EQ.1) GOTO 6
C1=Y1
C2=(Y2-C1)/X21
C3=(Y3-C1-C2*X31)/(X31*X32)
APOL=C1+(EX-X1)*(C2+C3*(EX-X2))
RETURN
6 CONTINUE
C
C INTERPOL. RAT. FUNCTION
C
Y21=Y2*X2*X2-Y1*X1*X1
Y32=Y3*X3*X3-Y2*X2*X2
A0=(Y32-X32*Y21/X21)/(X32*X31)
B0=(Y21/X21-A0*(X1+X2)
C0=((Y1-A0)*X1-B0)*X1
APOL=(C0/EX+B0)/EX+A0
RETURN
7 CONTINUE
WRITE(6,8)
8 FORMAT(/5X,INCREASE THE J-RANGE)
STOP
END

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C
C ********************************************************************
C
C ITTC PREDICTIONS
C
C ********************************************************************
C
SUBROUTINE IP

COMMON /A/ FILE(2),MODELS(2),MODELP(2),LPP,LWL,TF,TA,B,S,
* SCALE,RNCHM,DISW,NOPROP,NPB,DP,PD075,CH075,
* TM075,C3,SBK,AT,CP,CN,DELCFC,DELWC,KSI,KPI,
* RHOM,RHOS,TEMM,TEMP,TEMS,VS(10),RTM(10),THM(10),
* QM(10),NM(10),ADVC(10),KT(10),KQ(10),THD(10),
* FD(10),IC,NOJ,NOSP,PI
C
COMMON /B/ ETARM(10),ETA0(10),ETAR(10),ETAD(10),AWTM(10),
* AWTS(10),ACFM(10),ACTM(10),AVS(10),AVM(10),
* ATS(10),AQS(10),APDS(10),APE(10),APDT(10),
* ANS(10),ANT(10),BPDT(10),BNT(10),KTSJ2(10),
* KQS(10),KTS(10),ACTS(10)
C
REAL LPP,LWL,KS1,KS,KPI,KP,NM1,NM,KT,KQ,KTM,KQD,JTM,
* KTSJ2,JTS,NS,KQTS,KTJT2,KQOS,KQS,KTS
DO 3 I=1,NOSP
VS1=AVS(I)
CTS=ACTS(I)
WTS=AWTS(I)
C
C CALCULATE THE FULL SCALE LOAD ADVANCE COEFF: AND
C TORQUE COEFF.
C
FNOP=NOPROP
KTJT2=S*CTS*0.5/((DP*(1.0-WTS))**2*(1.0-THD(I))) /FNOP
JTS=APOL(1,KTSJ2,ADVC,NOJ,KT,KTJT2,IX)
KQOS=APOL(0,ADVC,KQS,NOJ,JTS,IX)
C
C THE RATE OF REV. AND THE DELIVERED POWER
C
NS=(1.0-WTS)*VS1/(JTS*DP)
APDS(I)=2.0*PI*RHOS*DP**5*NS**3*KQOS/ETARM(I)*0.001
ANS(I)=NS
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C
C THE THRUST AND TORQUE OF THE PROPELLER
C
ATS(I)=KTJT2*JTS**2*RHOS*DP**4*NS*NS*0.001
AQS(I)=KQOS*RHOS*DP**5*NS*NS/ETARM(I)*0.001
C
C THE EFFECTIVE POWER, TOTAL AND HULL EFFICIENCY
C
APE(I)=CTS*0.5*RHOS*VS1**3*S*0.001
ETAD(I)=APE(I)/APDS(I)
ETAH(I)=(1.0-THD(I))/(1.0-WTS)
IF(IC.EQ.1) GOTO 1
C
IC1=IC-1
IF(IC1)10,11,12
C
C TRIAL PREDICTION WITH CP-CN CORRECTIONS (ITTC1978 ORIGINAL)
C
10 ANT(I)=CN*NS
BNT(I)=ANT(I)*60.0
APDT(I)=CP*APDS(I)
BPDT(I)=1.36*APDT(I)
GOTO 100
C
C TRIAL PREDICTION WITH CP-CN CORRECTIONS
C CN BASED ON POWER IDENTITY
C
12 APDT(I)=CP*APDS(I)
BPDT(I)=1.36*APDT(I)
KQJ3T=1000.0*APDT(I)/(2.0*PI*RHOS*DP**2) /FNOP
KQJ3T=KQJ3T/(VS1**3*(1.0-WTS)**3)
KQ0J3=KQJ3T*ETARM(I)
JTS=APOL(1,KQSJ3,ADVC,NOJ,KQ0J3,IX)
NS=(1.0-WTS)*VS1/(JTS*DP)
ANT(I)=CN*NS
BNT(I)=ANT(I)*60.0
GOTO 100
11 CONTINUE
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C
C TRIAL PREDICTION WITH DELCF-DELWC CORRECTIONS
C
KTJT2=S*(CTS+DELCFC)/(2.0*(1.0-THD(I))*(DP*
* (1.0-(WTS-DELWC)))**2)
JTS=APOL(1,KTSJ2,ADVC,NOJ,KTJT2,IX)
KQOS=APOL(0,ADVC,KQS,NOJ,JTS,IX)
ANT(I)=(1.0-WTS+DELWC)*VS1/(JTS*DP)
BNT(I)=ANT(I)*60.0
APDT(I)=2.0*PI*RHOS*DP**5*ANT(I)**3*KQOS/ETARM(I)*0.001
BPDT(I)=1.36*APDT(I)
2 CONTINUE
ETAD(I)=KTJT2*JTS**3/(2.0*PI*KQOS)
3 CONTINUE
C
C WRITE OUTPUT
C
CALL OUTPUT(2)
CALL OUTPUT(3)
RETURN



SUBROUTINE ANLSYS
C
C***********************************************************************************************************
****
C * *
C * ANALYSIS ACCORD1NG TO 1978 ITTC PREDICTION METHOD *
C * *
C***********************************************************************************************************
****
C
C
DIMENSION VST(10),XNT(10),XPD(10),
* THDT(10),WTMT(10),WTST(10),ETART(10),CRWT(10),
* YNT(10),YPD(10),CPT(10),CNT(10),CNPT(10),ZNT(10)
* DCFT(10),WTSS(10),DWT(10),DCFM(10),DWM(I0),
* KQJ3(10)
C
COMMON /A/ FILE(2),MODELS(2),MODELP(2),LPP,LWL,TF,TA,B,S,
* SCALE,RNCHM,DISW,NOPROP,NPB,DP,PD075,CH075,
* TM075,C3,SBK,AT,CP,CN,DELCFC,DELWC,KS1,KP1,
* RHOM, RHOS,TEMM,TEMP,TEMS,VS(10),RTM(10),THM(10),
* QM(10),NM(10),ADVC(10),KT(10),KQ(10),THD(10),
* RA(10),IC,NOJ,NOSP,PI
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C
COMMON /B/ ETARM(10), ETA0(10),ETAH(10),ETAD(10),AWTM(10),
* AWTS(10),ACFM(10),ACTM(10),AVS(10),AVM(10),
* ATS(10),AQS(10),APDS(10),APE(10),APDT(10),
* ANS(10),ANT(10),BPDT(10),BNT(10),KTSJ2(10),
* KQS(10),KTS(10),ACTS(10)

C
REAL LPP,LWL,KS1,KS,KP1,KP,NM1,NM,KT,KQ,KTM,KQ0,JTM,
* KTSJ2,JTS,NS,KQTS,KTJT2,KQOS,KTS,KQS,KQM,
* KQJ3,KQJ3T
C
C
DO 5 I = 1,NOJ
5 KQJ3(I) = KQS(I) /ADVC(I)**3
C
NOST=10

READ(5,510) (VST(I), I=1,NOST)
READ(5,510) (XNT(I), I=1,NOST)
READ(5,510) (XPD(I), .I=1,NOST)

510 FORMAT (10F8.0)
C
C COUNT NO. OF TRIAL RUNS
NOST = 0
DO 8 I = 1, 10
IF (VST(I).GT.0. ) NOST=NOST+1
8 CONTINUE
IF(XNT(1).GT.20.) GOTO 20
DO 10 I=1, NOST
XNT(I) = XNT(I)*60.0
10 XPD(I) = XPD(I)*1.36
20 CONTINUE
DO 50 I=1, NOST
VST1=VST(I)*1852.0/3600.0
CTST = APOL(0,AVS, ACTS, NOSP,VST1, IX)
THDT(I)= APOL(0,AVS, THD, NOSP,VST1, IX)
WTMT(I)= APOL(0,AVS, AWTM, NOSP,VST1, IX)
WTST(I)= APOL(0,AVS, AWTS, NOSP,VST1, IX)
ETART(I)= APOL(0,AVS, ETARM,NOSP,VST1, IX)
CF =APOL(0,AVS, ACFM, NOSP,VST1, IX)
CT =APOL(0,AVS, ACTM, NOSP,VST1, X)
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CRWT(I)= CT - (1.0+C3)*CF
FNOP =NOPROP
KTJT2 =S*(CTST/FNOP )*0.5 / ((DP*(1.0-WTST(I)))**2*(1.0-THDT(I)))
JTS =APOL(1, KTSJ2, ADVC, NOJ, KTJT2, IX)
KQOS=APOL (0, ADVC, KQS, NOJ, JTS, IX)
NS=(1.0-WTST(I))*VST1/(JTS*DP)
PDS = 2.0*PI*RHOS*DP**5*NS**3*KQ0S/ETART(I)*0.001*FNOP
YNT(I)= NS*60.0
YPD(I) = PDS*1.36
CPT(I)= XPD(I)/YPD(I)
CNT(l)=XNT(I)/YNT(I)
PDT1 = XPD(I) /1.36
XNT1 = XNT(I) / 60.0
FKQ = PDT1*START(I)*1000.0 / (2.0*PI*RHOS*DP**5*XNT1**3) / FNOP
FJT = APOL(0,KQS,ADVC,NOJ,FKQ,IX)
FKT = APOL(0,ADVC, KTS,NOJ,FJT,IX)
KQJ3T=FKQ * (DP*XNT1)**3 / ((1-WTST(I))*VST1)**3
FJQ= APOL( 1,KQJ3,ADVC,NOJ,KQJ3T,IX)
ZNT(I)=(1.0 -WTST(I)) * VST1 / (FJQ*DP) * 60.0
CNPT(I)=XNT(I) / ZNT(I)
THS= FKT * RHOS * DP**4*XNT1**2
CTS=THS*(1.0 - THDT(I)) / (0.5*RHOS*VST1**2*S) * FNOP
DCFT(I)=(CTS - CTST)*1000.0
WTSS(I)= 1.0 - FJT*DP*XNT1/VST1
DWT(I) = WTST(I) - WTSS(I)
DWM(I) = WTMT(I) - WTSS(I)

C
C CALCULATION OF FRICTIONAL RESISTANCE ~COEFF. OF SHIP
C
T = TEMS
FNU = ((0.659E-3*(T-l.0)-0.05076)*(T-1)+1.7688)*1.0E-6
RNLS= ALOG10(LWL*VST1/FNU)
CFS = 0.075 / (RNLS-2.0)**2
C
DCFM(I) = CTS - (l.0+C3)*CFS - ( CRWT(I)+0.001*AT / S )*S / (S+SBK)
DCFM(I) = DCFM(I) * 1000.0
CRWT(I) = CRWT(I) * 1000.0
50 CONTINUE
C
CALL OUTPUT(4)
WRITE(6,600)
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600 FORMAT(' ',19X,'TRIAL ANALYSIS ACCORDING TO ITTC 1978 METHOD',///)
WRITE(6,610) ( VST(I), I=1, NOST)
610 FORMAT(5X.. ' SHIP SPEED - TRTAL',7(F10.2, 2X) /)
WRITE(6,620) ( XNT(I), I=1, NOST)
620 FORMAT(5X, PROP, RPM TRTAL ',7(F10.2, 2X) /)
WRITE(6,630) ( XPD(I), I=1, NOST)
630 FORMAT(4X, 'DELIV.POWER-TRIAL ',7(F11.0,1X) //)
WRITE(6,640) ( YNT(I), I=1, NOST)
640 FORMAT(/5X, PROP. RPM -CN=1 ',7(F10.2,2X) /)
WRITE~(6,650) ( ~YPD(I), I=1,NOST)
650 FORMAT(4X, ' DELIV. POWER -CP =1',7(F11.0,1X) /)
WRITE(6,660) ( ZNT(I), I=1, NOST)
660 FORMAT(5X, PROP. RPM -CNP=1 ',7(F10.2,2X), //)
WRITE(6,670) ( CPT(I), I=1, NOST)
670 FORMAT(/5X, CP ,7(F10.3,2X) /)
WRITE(6,680) (CNT(I), I=1, NOST)
680 FORMAT(5X, CN ,7(F10.3,2X) /)
WRITE(6,690) (CNPT(I), I=1,NOST)
690 FORMAT(5X, CNP ',7(F10.3,2X) //)
WRITE(6,700) (DCFT(I), I=1,NOST)
700 FORMAT(/5X, DCFC*1000 -CP=CN=1,7(F10.3,2x) /)
WRITE(6,710) ( DWT(I), I=1, NOST)
710 FORMAT(5X, ' DWC CP=CN=1,7(F10.3,2X) //)
WRITE(6,715) ( DCFM(I), I=1, NOST)
715 FORMAT(/5X, 'DCF *1000 ITTC-57,7(F10.3,2x) /)
WRITE(6,717) ( DWM(I), I=1,NOST)
717 FORMAT(5X, DW = WM-WTRIAL ',7(F10.3,2X) //)
WRITE(6,720) ( CRWT(I) ,I=1, NOST)
720 FORMAT(/5X, CR*1000 ,7(F10.3,2X) /)
WRITE (6,730) ( THDT(I), I=1, NOST)
730 FORMAT(5X, THDM ',7(F10.3,2X) /)
WRITE(6,740) ( WTMT(I), I=1, NOST)
740 FORMAT(5X, WTM ',7(F10.3,2X) /)
WRITE(6,750) ( WTST(I), I=1, NOST)
750 FORMAT(5X, WTS CP=CN=1 ,7(F10.3,2x) /)
WRITE(6,760) ( WTSS(I), I=1, NOST)
760 FORMAT(5X, WTS TRIAL ,7(F10.3,2X) /)
WRITE(6,770) ( ETART(I), I=1, NOST)
770 FORMAT(5X, ETARM ,7(F10.3,2X) /)
RETURN
END